Project Hope is an organization that gives love and basic needs to the homeless population in Fort Worth. Collective Church partners with Project Hope to collect needed donations and to go on monthly Distribution Days to deliver items to the homeless community along Lancaster Ave. You can keep up with distribution dates on our Events page.
How to Serve
Join us during a Distribution Day to deliver items in Fort Worth! The next Distribution Day is December 8. Keep in mind: Spreading love, kindness, support, and a listening ear is just as important as meeting basic needs.
You can also donate throughout the month! Bring donation items to the Project Hope donation basket in the children's area. You can also coordinate a drop-off outside of Sunday mornings with Jackie Fritzel.
Clothing Items Needed
GENTLY USED or NEW WINTER CLOTHING - Men's, women's, children - Coats, Hats, Gloves, Scarves.
Food Items Needed
Prepackaged snacks, apple sauce, vienna sausages, canned meat, boxed raisins, oranges, bananas, and water.
Hygiene Items Needed
Bar soap, shampoo and conditioner, razors, shaving cream, mouth wash, toothpaste, toothbrushes, hand sanitizers, flushable wipes/baby wipes, q-tips, lotion, deodorant, feminine hygiene, brushes, combs, and lip balm.
Miscellaneous Items Needed
BLANKETS, SLEEPING BAGS, TOTE BAGS, back packs, flashlights with batteries, first aid kits, towels, washcloths, laundry detergent pods, diapers, formula.
Roanoke Food Pantry
Collective Church is partnering with the Roanoke Food Pantry to make sure they are fully stocked on canned tomato goods. Bring canned tomatoes, including tomato sauce and tomato paste, to the collection bin in the back of the sanctuary.